Adept strives to provide a safe pair of hands for our clients’ important technology initiatives, leaving a legacy of a great experience and sustained improvement

“With Adept reviewing and modernising our out-of-date software development workflows, we are now able to integrate our strategic initiatives as well as manage our day-to-day activities. We now truly have a tool that solves all problems.

Anthony Pillion, Manager of Business Systems and Technology Services

SACE Board South Australia

“Before the review we had a rough idea of what processes we should be improving. The Adept review gave us clear and actionable recommendations for how to prepare our team to scale that addressed processes we were concerned about, and other areas of risk we had not considered. Addressing the risks identified by Adept will definitely help the team continue to deliver quality software as we grow.

David McIver, Chief Technology Officer


“Adept’s consultant Ian Gray was instrumental in supporting, mentoring & training the ECMS team in its transition to Agile. This has set us up for success in this crucial phase of the project.

Ian’s pragmatic – rather than dogmatic – views on Agile eased the pain of the transition; an approach that sat well with the team and key stakeholders. His inclusive style and his ability to communicate at all levels is a testament to his and Adept’s capability.”

David Connoley, Executive Director

Courts Administration Authority

“I listened with interest to Emma’s feedback this morning about the field meetings and have just had a glowing report from Ian Sanderson as well. And the portal build is going well, and agents are open and listening…it’s all going really well and it’s all due to your unflagging efforts. Having a team like you guys on the job just makes miracles happen. So from me, the cause of all your current troubles, a big thank you!

Roger Paskin, Chief Veterinary Officer


“We engaged Adept to oversee the selection of, and transition to, new infrastructure providers to secure council’s operations for the coming years. They successfully managed the successful transition to the new vendors, which are providing significant ongoing cost savings to the Kangaroo Island Council. The new services were implemented with minimum of disruption to day-to-day activities, delivering a more robust IT capability, with faster, more reliable and cost effective network connectivity to the mainland.

Greg Georgopoulos, CEO

Kangaroo Island Council

“Ebor Systems appointed Nigel as Chair as part of a board refresh at a difficult time in our company’s history. Not only did he bring discipline to corporate governance, he quickly developed insights and strategies to enhance the performance of our board and, in turn, our operations. I would recommend Nigel to other technology organisations seeking insight, balance, drive and tenacity.

Andrew Robb, Director

Ebor Systems

“Resolution Systems faced a critical point of growth in late 2018; scaling our number clients, increasing our product scope and tripling our development team size which significantly increased the complexity of our operations. Despite our best planning we knew that we were likely missing some key elements. The team from Adept were able to quickly confirm a raft of issues we knew and pinpoint a few which weren’t obvious. The report contained clear and concise recommendations which we were able to integrate to our business as usual operations.

Ben Chartier, Technology Development Manager

Resolution Systems

“As a non executive Director of A. Noble & Son, I recommended Adept Technology, and particularly their Program Assurance services. While overseeing our IT team and vendors on key delivery projects we have found Adept to be responsive, transparent and reliable. They have provided the board with clear and reliable evidence that our program to renew core IT systems is progressing well and being managed effectively, and within the constraints of a well-defined budget.

Joe Thorp, Non-Executive Director

A. Noble and Son

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